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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

MANILA WALDORF SCHOOL ADVENT FAIR 2016





       Advent is just around the corner and the Manila Waldorf School (MWS) is excited to celebrate it with this year’s Advent Fair entitled, Weaving Peace, Hope, and Love in Advent, happening on November 27, 2016 (Sunday) from 9am to 5pm at the school campus in Timberland Heights, San Mateo, Rizal.
        The Manila Waldorf School is the pioneer school of Steiner education in the Philippines. Steiner (or Waldorf) education is one of the fastest growing non-traditional educational movements in the world. The school offers a full kindergarten to high school program.
         In line with this year’s theme, the main highlight of the fair will be a communal art piece for everyone to participate in. Simply called “UNITY INSTALLATION”, this woven canopy is meant to serve as a reminder to the community that anything is possible when groups come together as one. MWS is a community which provides opportunities for everyone to work together, grow, learn, and heal. To the children, the canopy could signify that when people unite, there is hope. 
          Admission is free. There are also raffle tickets at P50 each for exciting prizes from the different classes and various concessionaires. Proceeds of the sales will go to the school’s Teachers Fund, which will be used to finance the teachers' overseas Waldorf education training next year. 
          The Manila Waldorf School looks forward to seeing you on November 27, Sunday at their Timberland Heights campus, only a mere 15 minutes away from the Batasan Pambansa in Quezon City. Amidst gently-rolling hills, verdant terrains, lush mountainscapes, and with an elevation of up to 450 meters above sea level, enjoy your Sunday with the MWS community with fresh air and breathtaking views of Metro Manila. The drive is truly worth it!
For inquiries, please contact (632) 5707038 / (632) 5708138/ 5467476 / contact@manilawaldorfschool.edu.ph/ www.manilawaldorfschool.edu.ph
Fair Highlights:
Shuttle Service:  Fair hours are 9am-5pm. We will be providing shuttle service to and from selected drop off and pick up points throughout the day. We will come out with a separate email regarding the schedule and cost of the service. Call admin if you are interested in booking a ride.
Lower School: All Palaruan game booths and activities suited for kinder and lower school will be concentrated at the lower school gardens.
Quiet Room: The parents’ lounge located in the admin building will be used for nursing mothers or a quiet/nap room for toddlers.
Raffle: We will be raffling off prizes throughout the day so be sure to keep your tickets!
Christmas Shopping: Do your Christmas shopping early! We have vendors selling artisan and handmade products, wooden toys, recycled trinkets as well as items to help families celebrate advent in their homes. Organic vegetables and organic and natural body care products will also be for sale.
Dining: There will be varied choices of home cooked, yummy food, and the highlight every year is the Class 6 and 10's Cafe Formaggio. You may also relax and stay cool while trying out Class 9’s cold yoghurt at Yoghurt Liberte or simply enjoy ice cold lemonade at Class 11's When Life Gives You Lemons booth!
Games Galore: Kinder game booths, Class 7’s Splash Booth, Class 4’s zip line, The Bifrost Bridge to Asgard – an all-time favorite, and much more!
Attractions: Challenge your sense of direction at Class 5’s Gilgamaze – The Quest for the Flower of Immortality, test your strength and wit at the Waldorf Explorers course, or catch Class 12’s Pecha Kucha on Life, Passion, and Identity.
Go Green: Join us in our efforts at keeping our campus clean and green. We would like to keep eco waste to a minimum. Please bring your recyclable shopping bags and eating utensils/ glasses if possible.
Storytelling: children will be mesmerized by the beauty of Magical Momoland and the  stories which will be told here throughout the day. The Magic Mirror, a puppet show,
will be performed by our Palaruan teachers and parents.

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